CJ Foods to Donate One Ton of Bibigo Mini Wontons to Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — CJ Foods, Korea’s number one food company and producer of delicious, frozen foods, is giving back to the community with the launch of its CJ Bibigo “Won Ton of Giving” campaign. Spotlighting the company’s latest product innovation, the campaign encourages visitors and fans of the CJ Foods Facebook page to join CJ Foods in raising awareness and supporting hunger relief efforts throughout Greater Los Angeles by simply choosing to “Like” the brand’s page. Upon reaching the goal of mobilizing 3,000+ fans, the company will donate one ton–or more than 91,000 CJ Bibigo Mini Wontons–to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.
“The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank is grateful for this partnership with CJ Foods. We encourage friends of CJ Foods and the food bank to join in this campaign that will help to feed all the individuals who count on us throughout Los Angeles County,” said Carole Tremblay, food bank chief development officer.
The “Won Ton of Giving” campaign playfully celebrates the recent launch of CJ Bibigo Mini Wontons. Made the Korean way with fresh ingredients in delicate, thin wrappers, these wontons are filled with savory mixtures of vegetables and meat, and contain no artificial flavors. The mini wontons are fully-cooked and can be pan-fried, added to soup or boiled, and are available in three varieties, including Chicken & Vegetable, Chicken & Cilantro and Pork & Vegetable. As with all CJ Foods products, the new mini wontons contain no MSG, preservatives or Trans-fat.
To help make the donation a reality one “Like” at a time, fans and their friends should visit the CJ Foods Facebook page at Facebook.com/CJFoods. The “Won Ton of Giving” campaign will run from Nov. 1- Dec. 31.
“We are honored to partner with the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank for the ‘Won Ton of Giving’ campaign, and encourage everyone to join us in the fight against hunger,” said Terry Chi, product manager for CJ Foods. “By donating our newest innovation, CJ Bibigo Mini Wontons, to the food bank, community members in- need will have the opportunity to enjoy a warm and flavorful meal.”
CJ Bibigo Mini Wontons (SRP: $4.49/13oz.) are available at Fresh & Easy and Costco stores on the West Coast, and will be in traditional grocery and national specialty stores nationwide early next year. Please visit www.CJFoods.com for more information.
About CJ Foods
Since 1953, CJ Foods has been dedicated to creating joy and delighting consumers by introducing healthy and convenient foods through the development of state-of-the-art technology, combined with the use of the best ingredients available. Over the last 50 plus years, this dedication to providing the best food products in the market has made CJ Foods one of the most recognized and trustworthy companies in South Korea. The company established a presence in the U.S. in 1978, and is on a mission to introduce the delicious and nutritious Korean food culture to the rest of the world. In 2011, CJ Foods introduced the CJ Bibigo ‘Korean Pantry’, a collection of products that offer U.S. consumers access to the fundamental, staple foods and ingredients that would be found in any authentic Korean kitchen. CJ Foods continues to strive to create the best products that Korean food has to offer and make new fans among consumers every day. For more information, please visit www.CJFoods.com, or “Like” us on Facebook.com/CJFoods.
About the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank is a non-profit organization established in 1973 and is one of the largest food banks in the United States. Through a network of 640 charitable agencies providing service from more than 1,000 agencies and program sites, the Food Bank distributes 1 million pounds of food each week throughout Los Angeles County and serves one million individuals annually including 400,000 children. For information visit www.LAFoodBank.org.
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